Tuesday on the NewsHour, the death toll from an earthquake in Indonesia rises as rescue workers desperately search for survivors. China closes many public spaces and resumes mass testing under the Communist Party’s zero-COVID policy. Plus, why juveniles in many states are automatically charged in adult court for certain crimes and how that affects their lives long after being released.

News Wrap: Biden again pauses student loan payments

‘Tridemic’ threatening to overwhelm healthcare systems

China’s zero-COVID lockdowns spark rare public dissent

How to cook Thanksgiving dinner on a budget

Why Black women candidates had mixed results in the midterms

Advocates fight automatic charging of juveniles as adults

Adaptation of ‘The Hours’ becomes opera event of the year

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00:00 – Introduction
02:52 – News Wrap
09:41 – Tridemic
17:09 – China Zero Covid
23:23 – Cost of Thanksgiving
29:04 – Vote 2022
37:30 – Searching for Justice
47:14 – The Hours